Norman Mailer reflects on turning 80 during an interview in his Brooklyn Heights apartment in this Jan. 28, 2003 file photo, in New York. Mailer, the macho prince of American letters who for decades reigned as the country's literary conscience and provocateur, died of renal failure early Saturday, his literary executor said. He was 84. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
I think it should be fitting if he were interred on Prison Grounds for his assist in the murder of a man by the creep he helped get out of Prison.
That way he would do some time he deserved.
I’m sure he was a most cool and interesting grandfather.